The Healthplex, located on the Clinton Parkway and the campus of Mississippi College, showcases paintings of various sizes and styles, photography and creative furniture.
Established ca. 1800, the Clinton Cemetery is one of the oldest in central Mississippi. Buried here are families of pioneer settlers, ten college presidents, and sixty-three Confederate soldiers.
Walk scenic pathways including an original section of the Natchez Trace. Also, visit its log cabin to see the displays and shop for gifts.
Learn of the historical background of Clinton, Mississippi College and the Natchez Trace and tour our museum and gift shop.
Little remains today of Mead’s grand estate that burned after his death during the Civil War, except the family cemetery.
Visit the state’s oldest institution of higher learning and largest private university.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows Cemetery dedicated in Clinton, Mississippi in April, 1857 with burials dating back as early as 1830.
The Mississippi College administration established the Samuel Marshall Gore Art Gallery.
At Wyatt Waters Gallery in Clinton you’ll find many galleries filled with beautiful art of acrylics, watercolors, abstracts and more.